Job vacancies   

Grants Team Administrator 

Full-time, based in London

As a Grants Team Administrator in this London based role, your primary focus will be to manage the Government Grant on behalf of the Home Office to provide security guarding at Jewish schools, synagogues, youth movement residential camps and communal locations across the country. The role requires the job holder to have experience of working with Sage, excellent attention to detail and to ensure all work is delivered and maintained to our agreed high service levels.  The Grants Team Administrator will be working within the Grants Team which forms part of the wider Finance and Administration teams.

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Closing date for applications: 31 October 2019, but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.

Security Outreach Worker 

Full-time, based in London with extensive UK travel

As a Security Outreach Worker your key objective will be to help deliver CST’s security advice to other communities. You will be involved in delivering security briefings to leaders of other communities targeted by hate crime and discrimination, throughout the UK. You will be part of a team responsible for designing and creating materials that advise other communities how to build a security framework in their places of worship. Going forward CST plans to deliver strategic security advice at conferences organised by external bodies such as the police forces, Mayors’ offices and local government. The Security Outreach Worker will be central to delivery of that plan.

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Closing date for applications: 31 August 2019, but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.

London and Southern Region Event Security Coordinator 

Full-time, based in London

As the London and Southern Region Event Security Coordinator, the role is to coordinate the process of assessing and securing communal events. In addition, there will be a focus on physically visiting events whilst they are taking place to check on the operational running and volunteer well-being. You will have some formal experience of event organising and project management. You will be able to take the initiative to organise documentation to show the progress of your work. You will be able to form strong and lasting relationships, whilst maintaining professional boundaries, with event organisers and CST volunteers to ensure the smooth running of all the events that CST secure.

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Closing date for applications: 30 September 2019, but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.


Training and Database Administrator

Full-time, based in London

The primary focus of the role will be to support the Training Department in all aspects of administration and manage the data on the security department’s database. Working closely with the National Head of Training and the National Training and Recruitment Co-ordinator your work will be split between ensuring the smooth running of the Training Department in conjunction with focussing on database administration.

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Closing date for applications: 30 September 2019, but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.


Volunteer opportunities

CST Security Volunteer

Would you like to learn new skills, get fit, defend yourself and contribute to protecting the community?

To apply to become a CST volunteer security officer, please complete our online application form here.

Please give two referees who are current members of CST, who have known you for over 5 years. Alternatively please give two references from professional members of the community who have known you for over 5 years (Rabbi, Lawyer, Accountant etc).

Future Updates

“I’ve now worked with CST on and off for about 11 or 12 years directly, and in that time I’ve seen it develop into a really professional organisation – well-funded, well-organised, delivers on its promises, very challenging, there’s no messing about... But it has my support and it has the Police service of the United Kingdom’s support – great partner, it delivers what it says on the tin and it does its best to keep safe and share intelligence and allow us to move forward together.”

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe QPM
Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police